• Sondrel recruits head of asic services

    Sondrel recruits head of asic services
    Berkshire Asic design consultancy Sondrel has recruited industry veteran Gareth Jones, with over 25 years of asic and foundry experience, to head up its asic services. Jones (pictured) joins from TSMC where he was EMEA director of marketing. “Gareth has the perfect set of skills to drive the expansion of our turn-key asic services,” said ...
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  • Sponsored Content: Silicon lifecycle solutions help you listen to your chip

    Sponsored Content: Silicon lifecycle solutions help you listen to your chip
    New trends in semiconductors bring fresh challenges and innovative solutions. Next-generation SoCs are designed for electronic systems that require higher levels of reliability, safety, performance, and security. The end products have already been subject to product lifecycle management (PLM), pioneered by Siemens, which helps to trace and manage the entire lifecycle of a product from ...
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  • Intel Foundry adds allies for cloud-based design services

    Intel Foundry adds allies for cloud-based design services
    The Intel Foundry Services (IFS) Cloud Alliance which enables design facilities in the cloud and optimised EDA tools while meeting the requirements of Intel’s PDKs, now consists of AWS, Microsoft Azure, Ansys, Cadence, Siemens EDA and Synopsys. “By leveraging the scalability of cloud-based design environments, the IFS Cloud Alliance will enable broader access to Intel’s ...
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  • Avio receives “Next Gen EU” boost for liquid propulsion launchers

    Avio receives “Next Gen EU” boost for liquid propulsion launchers
    Avio, the Italian aerospace engine specialist, has won contracts worth €338 million from the Italian government to boost the country’s space industry and liquid propulsion expertise. They are the first two contracts of Italy’s implementation of the “Next Gen EU” initiatives for Space – with the European Space Agency (ESA) as the official Contracting Authority – ...
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  • ISO26262 and ASI-B compliant PMICs for automotive camera modules

    ISO26262 and ASI-B compliant PMICs for automotive camera modules
    ROHM is sampling ISO 26262 and ASIL-B compliant PMICs, BD868xxMUF-C (BD868C0MUF-C, BD868D0MUF-C), for automotive camera modules that are increasingly being adopted in ADAS. Shipments Of OEM quantities start August. These ICs are ‘FS (Functional safety) process compliant’ products (the highest grade), indicating compliance with the ISO 26262 standard. Meeting the requirements for functional safety allows these ...
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  • EW BrightSparks 2022 profile: Daisy Bristow

    EW BrightSparks 2022 profile: Daisy Bristow
    Now in its fifth year of awards, EW BrightSparks sees Electronics Weekly partner with RS Grass Roots to highlight the brightest and most talented young engineers in the UK today. Here, in our series on the latest EW BrightSparks of 2022, we highlight Daisy Bristow, a student at the University of the West of England, and a ...
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  • PI control software for three-phase BLDC motor drives

    PI control software for three-phase BLDC motor drives
    Power Integrations has unveiled new control software for three-phase BLDC motor drives. Combined with Power Integrations’ BridgeSwitch integrated half-bridge motor driver and Motor- Expert configuration and diagnostics tool, this hardware-software solution claims to enable 98.2% efficiency, reduce board space by more than 70% and requires on,y three components for current feedback circuitry, compared to 30 components in ...
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  • Dumb stick-on knob adds rotary encoder to touch screen

    Dumb stick-on knob adds rotary encoder to touch screen
    Microchip has introduced a touch controller family for ‘knob-on-display’ (KoD) human-machine interfaces. These interfaces add a physical ‘clicky’ knob to the front of a display without traditional rotary encoder electronics. Instead, a passive rotatable clicky knob is simply stuck to the front of the display glass (diagram right) and one or more electrodes underneath interact ...
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  • I3C agreed as a bus for secure authentication

    The MIPI Alliance and ETSI have adopted the ‘I3C Interface for SSP’ specification, allowing the MIPI I3C Basic specification to serve as a physical and logical link layer for the ETSI SSP (Smart Secure Platform). ETSI SSP is a platform for USIM (universal subscriber identity module) and ‘secure elements’ for emerging IoT, 5G and other security-sensitive applications. SSP specifications define an ...
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  • 100V 10μF MLCC in 1210

    100V 10μF MLCC in 1210
    Distributor Rutronik is stocking a 100V multi-layer ceramic capacitor (MLCCs) from Samsung Electro-Mechanics. The part, called CL32Y106KCVZNWE, has a capacitance of 10μF and uses an X7S dielectric to get it into a 3.2 x 2.5 x 2.5mm package. Rutronik is promoting it for use on 48V power rails, where companies are switching up from 12V ...
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  • Raspberry Pi puts Wi-Fi onto Pico for $6, and maybe Bluetooth

    Raspberry Pi puts Wi-Fi onto Pico for $6, and maybe Bluetooth
    Raspberry Pi has added a wireless module to its Pico microcontroller board giving it 802.11n Wi-Fi capability – all for $6. Pico W, as it will be known, is just the same size as the original Pico – which was recently qualified for operation across -40 to +85°C for industrial users – and has the same ...
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  • Samsung first to 3nm

    Samsung first to 3nm
    Today, Samsung announced that it has started initial production of its 3nm process node applying Gate-All-Around (GAA) transistor architecture. “Multi-Bridge-Channel FET (MBCFET™), Samsung’s GAA technology defies the performance limitations of FinFET, improving power efficiency by reducing the supply voltage level, while also enhancing performance by increasing drive current capability,” says a statement from Samsung. Samsung ...
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  • US tech controls squeezing the Russians

    US tech controls squeezing the Russians
    The US and its allies are squeezing the Russians by denying them technology, said the US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo (pictured) earlier this week. “Since the controls were put in place, global exports of semiconductors to Russia from all sources have declined by almost 90 percent,” said Raimondo, “leaving Russian companies without the chips ...
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  • Top 5 MPU suppliers take 86% share

    Top 5 MPU suppliers take 86% share
    The top five MPU  suppliers took their market share to 86% in 2021, says IC Insights, with Intel edging closer to half the total sales in microprocessors. Total microprocessor sales are expected to maintain double-digit percentage growth in 2022, rising nearly 12% to a record-high $114.8 billion, thanks to higher ASPs. Total MPU sales grew ...
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  • Korea’s memory inventory grows

    Korea’s memory inventory grows
    May’s menory  inventory in Korea rose by its highest amount in four years, says Statistics Korea. Memory inventory rose 53.4% in May from a year earlier, the  statistics office said yesterday. A 54.1% gain in March 2018 coincided with a slowdown in revenue growth in the memory chip industry. Chip stockpiles have been rising on ...
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  • ESA selects Airbus Stevenage to build Earth Explorer FORUM satellite

    ESA selects Airbus Stevenage to build Earth Explorer FORUM satellite
    The European Space Agency (ESA) has awarded a contract to Airbus in the UK to build its Earth Explorer FORUM satellite, due to launch in 2027. The deal is worth €160 million. Airbus in Stevenage will lead the development of the satellite, with Airbus in Germany responsible for the Instrument signal detection chain, and Airbus ...
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  • EW BrightSparks 2022 profile: Simon Betts

    EW BrightSparks 2022 profile: Simon Betts
    Now in its fifth year of awards, EW BrightSparks sees Electronics Weekly partner with RS Grass Roots to highlight the brightest and most talented young engineers in the UK today. Here, in our series on the latest EW BrightSparks of 2022, we highlight Simon Betts, a MEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering student at Cardiff University. Achievement ...
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  • Arm aims latest processors at high-end phone gaming

    Arm aims latest processors at high-end phone gaming
    Arm’s is claiming “up to 28% more performance and up to 16% power reduction across a range of workloads, such as gaming”, for the phone processors announced in its ‘2022 total compute solutions’ (TCS22). The CPUs are the second generation with the Armv9 architecture, and include Cortex-X3 and Cortex-A715. There are also updates to Cortex-A510 and the ...
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  • WiFi 6e published

    WiFi 6e published
    The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) today published “Wi-Fi 6/6E for Industrial IoT. The paper can be downloaded here:  “Wi-Fi 6/6E for Industrial IoT: Enabling Wi-Fi Determinism in an IoT World.” Produced by the WBA’s Wi-Fi 6/6E for IIOT work group, led by Cisco, Deutsche Telekom and Intel the white paper provides an overview of Wi-Fi 6 ...
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  • Weebit Nano tapes out demo chip at Skywater

    Weebit Nano tapes out demo chip at Skywater
    Weebit Nano has taped out demonstration chips integrating its ReRAM module at SkyWater. This is the first tape-out of Weebit’s ReRAM technology to a production fab and is a major milestone toward commercialisation. The technology will be available on SkyWater’s 130nm CMOS process, which is suitable  for applications such as analogue, power management, automotive, IoT ...
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  • Intel integrates eight-wavelength DFB laser array on CMOS wafer

    Intel integrates eight-wavelength DFB laser array on CMOS wafer
    Intel Labs has demo-ed an eight-wavelength DFB laser array integrated on a silicon wafer which delivers output power uniformity of +/- 0.25 decibel (dB) and wavelength spacing uniformity of ±6.5%. This enables the production of the optical source with the required performance for future high-volume applications, such as co-packaged optics and optical compute interconnect for emerging network-intensive workloads including ...
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  • Foundry capacity to grow 14% in 2022

    Foundry capacity to grow 14% in 2022
    Foundry capacity will increase by 14% in 2022, says TrendForce. 8-inch capacity will grow  6% annually, while 12-inch capacity will grow 18% annually. About 65% of new 12-inch capacity will be in mature processes (28nm and above) with an annual growth rate of 20%. Most foundries will focus on 12-inch wafer production capacity, with the ...
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  • SiFive opens Cambridge R&D centre

    SiFive opens Cambridge R&D centre
    SiFive has opened a  UK R&D centre in Cambridge. The company plans to hire over 100 people. “As part of our global expansion, we’re proud to open our UK R&D Centre in Cambridge to access the considerable local technical talent, especially CPU experts,” said Patrick Little, CEO and Chairman, SiFive, “with long-term plans to grow talent ...
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  • Leonardo goes live with UK digital electronics factories

    Leonardo goes live with UK digital electronics factories
    Leonardo is highlighting a ‘common data environment’ has gone live at its electronics sites across the UK in Edinburgh, Luton, Basildon and Southampton. It promises a more data-driven approach to design and manufacturing, says the company. The goal is to speed up development and cut costs for engineers researching and building technology such as radars ...
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  • EW BrightSparks 2022 profile: Sergio Miguez Aparicio

    EW BrightSparks 2022 profile: Sergio Miguez Aparicio
    Now in its fifth year of awards, EW BrightSparks sees Electronics Weekly partner with RS Grass Roots to highlight the brightest and most talented young engineers in the UK today. Here, in our series on the latest EW BrightSparks of 2022, we highlight Sergio Miguez Aparicio, a MEng Hons Electronics and Computer Science Student, University ...
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  • Guerrilla sampling InGa ¼W linear PAs

    Guerrilla sampling InGa ¼W linear PAs
    Guerrilla RF is  sampling the GRF5526 and GRF5536 ¼ W linear power amplifiers. These InGaP HBT amplifiers were designed for 5G wireless infrastructure applications requiring exceptional native linearity over large 100MHz bandwidths and temperature extremes of -40°C to 85°C. Spanning frequency ranges of 2.5–2.7GHz and 3.3-4.2GHz respectively, the GRF5526 and GRF5536 are tuned to operate within the ...
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  • 600V DC power relay for vehicle-to-home and vehicle-to-grid

    600V DC power relay for vehicle-to-home and vehicle-to-grid
    Omron has launched a PCB power relay that provides bi-directional high power DC switching for home renewable energy storage batteries and electric vehicles wall boxes – for example, in vehicle-to-home and vehicle-to-grid charger systems. “It will be particularly beneficial where electricity from solar panels is being used to charge an electric vehicle,” said Omron marketing manager Steve Drumm. ...
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  • Xeon D-2700 COM-HPC Server boards trade memory for size

    Xeon D-2700 COM-HPC Server boards trade memory for size
    Congatec is aiming at mixed-criticality edge servers with COM-HPC Server size D (160 x 160mm) board with Intel Xeon D-2700 (Ice Lake D) processors. Processors with up to 20 cores are available, alongside four DRAM modules – half the number available on the larger size E COM-HPC Server modules. Up to 512Gbyte of DDR4 RAM at 2,933Mtransfer/s can be ...
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  • Imec spin-off Swave Photonics raises €7m seed round

    Swave Photonics, the Imec spin-off specialising in Holographic eXtended Reality (HXR), has raised a €7 million seed round. The investment will be used to fund the commercialisation of  3D HXR gigapixel technology for a wide range of emerging applications. Swave Photonics is a spin-off of imec and Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Imec.xpand, a value-add venture capital ...
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  • Toshiba appoints activist shareholders

    Toshiba appoints activist shareholders
    Toshiba has appointed two directors from activist hedge funds to its board possibly paving the way to a sale of the company to private equity. The two directors are:  Nabeel Bhanji, a senior portfolio manager at Elliott Management, and Eijiro Imai, managing director at Farallon Capital Management. @One of the major issues that we’ve had ...
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  • GlobalWafers to build $5bn plant in Texas

    GlobalWafers to build $5bn plant in Texas
    GlobalWafers, the wafer supplier, is to build a $5 billion plant in Sherman, Texas. Construction is scheduled to start this year with production beginning in 2025. “With the global chips shortage and ongoing geopolitical concerns, GlobalWafers is taking this opportunity to address the United States semiconductor supply chain resiliency issue by building an advanced node, ...
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  • LoRa Cloud Locator service

    LoRa Cloud Locator service
     Semtech has announced its SaaS chip-to-Cloud service, LoRa Cloud Locator, that uses Semtech’s LoRa Cloud Modem & Geolocation services. The service has built-in serverless technology and delivers an end-to-end experience for customers to evaluate LoRa Edge implemented in various ecosystem trackers, either on a private or public LoRaWAN network. LoRa Cloud Locator is designed specifically ...
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  • Ethernet controller for industrial applications

    Ethernet controller for industrial applications
    onsemi has announced a  10BASE-T1S Ethernet controller designed to provide reliable multi-point communication in industrial settings. The NCN26010 enables more than 40 nodes on a single twisted pair, exceeding five times the amount of nodes requested by the IEEE 802.3cg standard, to reduce installation cost and set-up complexity. For in-cabinet wiring, the NCN26010 reduces wiring ...
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  • CML launches 28GHz 5G MPA

    CML launches 28GHz 5G MPA
    CML Microcircuits has launched the CMX90A702 28 GHz 5G Medium Power Amplifier, (MPA). The latest product to be developed using CMLs SμRF RFIC/MMIC design capability, the chip targets 5G mmWave infrastructure applications, including repeaters, small cells, customer-premises equipment (CPE), passive antenna arrays and 5G backhaul applications. Operating in Frequency Range 2 (FR2) from 26.5 to ...
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  • Renesas and Hailo hook up for ADAS

    Hailo, the Israeli AI IP developer, is  collaboratiing with Renesas on ADAS chips. The combination of Hailo-8 processors, designed for Neural Network (NN) acceleration, with the Renesas R-Car V3H & R-Car V4H SoCs, powers ADAS ICs for zonal and centralised vehicular ECUs. The IPs are scalable for a wide range of ADAS functions from ADAS L2+ up ...
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  • Japan’s eight biggest chip companies need to hire 35,000 engineers in the next ten years

    Japan’s eight biggest chip companies need to hire 35,000 engineers in the next ten years
    Japan’s eight biggest chip companies need to hire 35,000 engineers in the next ten years,says the  Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association. “It is often said that semiconductors are lacking, but the biggest shortage is engineers,” Hideki Wakabayashi, professor at the Tokyo University of Science, who is the head of the policy proposal task ...
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  • The importance of a NoC

    The importance of a NoC
    NoCs (Networks on Chip) are becoming  a challenge as the volume of the data flows around an IC increase. “The performance of the NoC must match that of the compute part of the SoC,” says Sondrel’s Ben Fletcher, “the NoC’s function is to supply the input data fast enough to keep the compute IPs on ...
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  • Imec’s backside power delivery for logic

    Imec’s backside power delivery for logic
    Imec has presented an experimental demonstration of a routing scheme for logic ICs with backside power delivery enabled through nano-through-silicon-vias (nTSVs) landing on buried power rails (BPRs). The BPRs connect to scaled FinFET devices whose performance was not impacted by backside wafer processing. The novel routing scheme with decoupled power and signal wiring acts as ...
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  • ESA funds QuadSAT use of drones for satellite antenna testing

    ESA funds QuadSAT use of drones for satellite antenna testing
    The Danish company QuadSAT – which uses drones for the test and measurement of satellite antennas – has received additional funding of €500,000 by the European Space Agency (ESA). Under the agency’s ARTES Core Competitiveness programme, the startup will develop, validate and certify its UAV testing system, to enable accurate satellite antenna testing and calibration. ...
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  • Pickering adds to microwave multiplexers to address 5G

    Pickering adds to microwave multiplexers to address 5G
    Pickering Interfaces of Clacton-on-Sea has added to its 4x-785C range of SP4T & SP6T microwave multiplexers with the addition of 67 GHz terminated SP4T / SP6T modules to support the latest requirements of the 5G and semiconductor test sectors. The 40-785C (PXI) and 42-785C (PXIe) modules feature internal relay terminations that can improve signal integrity. Devices ...
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  • Nanya breaks ground on new fab

    Nanya breaks ground on new fab
    Yesterday, Nanya broke ground on a new 10nm DRAM fab  in Taishan District, New Taipei. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen (pictured) attended the ceremony and described Nanya as a “sacred mountain that protects the country.” The fab will cost $10 billion and is scheduled to run first silicon in 2025. The fab will be constructed in three ...
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  • Intel warns Congress about Chips Act

    Intel warns Congress about Chips Act
    Intel cancelled the planned ground-breaking for its Ohio fab site yesterday and warned the US Congress that it may scale down its Ohio investment if the Chips Act isn’t passed before August. “We’re going slow and small or we’re going to go big and bold based on the Chips Act,” Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger (pictured) ...
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  • Zap closes in on fusion

    Zap closes in on fusion
    Zap Energy, the Seattle fusion startup, has created the superheated plasma required for fusion and has raised $160 million from backers including Bill Gates. Zap has a technology to confine and compress plasma called sheared-flow-stabilized Z pinch which is claimed to be simpler than other approaches. “Z pinch has long been an appealing way to achieve nuclear ...
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  • Yangtze Memory to bring new fab online

    Yangtze Memory to bring new fab online
    Yangtze Memory of Wuhan is hooking up equipment and expects to start running wafers at a second fab in the city by the end of this year, reports the Nikkei. A capex budget of $32.8 billion has been allocated for the year. Yangtze’s first fab was reported to have been running 100k wpm of NAND ...
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  • Satellite Vu turns to Orbit Logic for satellite imaging schedules

    Satellite Vu turns to Orbit Logic for satellite imaging schedules
    Satellite Vu has announced it will be working with Orbit Logic’s collection planning software for the operation of its planned constellation of high resolution thermal imaging satellites. The UK company’s stated aim is to monitor the temperature of any building on the planet in near real-time using mid-wave infrared (MWIR) imaging. Specifically, following this agreement, ...
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  • US Chips Act nears cut-off point

    US Chips Act nears cut-off point
    As Republicans and Democrats argue how to reconcile the two versions of the Chips Act which were separately passed by the Senate and House of Representatives, a cut-off moment aporoaches after which the bill could be lost. Congress breaks for its summer recess in August and, when it comes back, the US will be into ...
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  • AWS sets up Quantum Networking Centre

    AWS sets up Quantum Networking Centre
    AWS has set up a  Centre for Quantum Networking (CQN), focused on how to build a “scalable, commercial quantum network.” “To unlock the full potential of quantum devices, they need to be connected together into a quantum network, similar to the way today’s devices are connected via the internet,” says AWS, “despite not receiving the ...
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  • IQE signs long term wafer supply deal

    IQE signs long term wafer supply deal
    IQE, the compound semiconductor wafer supplier, has signed a multi-year agreement with its long-term partner, photonics specialist Lumentum, for the supply of epiwafers supporting 3D Sensing, LiDAR for automotive and optical networking applications. Effective immediately, the multi-year agreement is focused on high volume production of epiwafers which will be used across Lumentum’s portfolio of  laser products, ...
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  • UK Gov competition seeks Generation-after-next Wearable Technologies

    UK Gov competition seeks Generation-after-next Wearable Technologies
    The UK’s Defence and Security Accelerator has launched a new competition, involving blood, sweat, tears, saliva: Generation-after-next Wearable Technologies. As the name suggests, the aim is to encourage and find “innovative wearable technologies that focus on biocompatible materials that access information present within an individual’s bodily fluids”. Body fluids Up to £750k of funding will ...
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  • Plexus celebrates 20 years in Livingston

    Plexus celebrates 20 years in Livingston
     Plexus, the UK’s largest Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) company, is today celebrating 20 years of its Design Centre in Livingston, having grown from a team of just six to over 50 and firmly establishing itself as a part of the local community. Plexus, which has operated in Scotland since 2000 and has sites across Europe, ...
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